Outside The Lines
Turning A New Leaf: 4/27/17
After his NFL career flamed out, Ryan Leaf's life took a turn to addiction that ultimately led to prison. Ryan joins Bob Ley live at the NFL Draft in Philadelphia.
New Marlins Ownership? : 4/26/17
Derek Jeter and Jeb Bush are part of a group that's won an auction to purchase the Miami Marlins. Also, ahead of the NFL Draft, a projected pick faces allegations of sexual assault.
Fluid Situation: 4/25/17
Just days before the NFL Draft, Jabrill Peppers tests positive for a diluted sample. Plus, Bob Kraft & casino holdings and a look at Pat Riley's last 50 years.
Quest For The West: 4/24/17
Steve Kerr, Patrick Beverley and Russell Westbrook dominate the headlines as the race for the west heats up. Also, Eli Manning and the memorabilia issue is discussed.
Quality Of Care: 4/23/17
Indiana football coach Kevin Wilson lost his job in December and reports surfaced of players alleging medical care had been neglected. Our 3-month investigation found more.
The Friday Four : 4/21/17
The OTL Friday Four break down all of the week's stories, heroes and villains.
Voice Of The Victim: 4/20/17
On Outside the Lines, we discuss a YouTube video posted by a gymnast abused by Dr. Larry Nassar. Also, we discuss Baylor's new president and a converse with Dr. Michael Eric Dyson.
Aaron Hernandez Death: 4/19/17
On the same day the Patriots visit the White House, former Patriot and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell of an apparent suicide.
Jackie Robinson's Legacy: 4/18/17
April 15th is the date that MLB honors Jackie Robinson by requiring all players to wear Robinson's No. 42. Keith Olbermann discusses what Robinson dealt with as a player.
Isaiah Thomas' Tragedy: 4/17/17
Isaiah Thomas deals with tragedy on the eve of the NBA playoffs, Phil Jackson makes his thoughts on Carmelo Anthony clear and the fine line in the boxing ring.
Broken Trail: 4/16/17
With no classrooms, professors or libraries, Forest Trail Sports University sold recruits on the idea that they'd be able to play sports year-round.
Friday Four: 4/14/17
Bob Ley, Kate Fagan, Ryan Smith and Will Cain comprise this week's Friday Four, as OTL shares the big stories, heroes, villains and under-reported stories of this past week.
Sin City Or Bust: 4/13/17
OTL takes an in-depth look at how the Raiders' move to Vegas came to be. Also, what is it like to survive a terrorist attack and have a soccer match the next day?
Terror Attack In Dortmund: 4/12/17
On today's edition of OTL, the latest on the attack of a Borussia Dortmund bus, part two of our discussion with Chipper Jones, a conversation with Jessica Alba and more.
Resting Problems: 4/11/17
Ahead of the playoffs, should NBA teams rest players even if costs them a place in the standings? Also, North America's bid for the 2026 World Cup and a conversation with Chipper Jones.
Strong Arm The NFL: 4/10/17
With the Raiders' move to Sin City, what could the possibility of gambling on the NFL games mean for the league? Plus, the NBA and NFL have recognizable stars, but who is the face of MLB?
Ice Scandal: 4/9/17
OTL delves into it's seven-month investigation into the sexual abuse scandal at hockey powerhouse Shattuck-St. Mary's, in which a former teacher victimized hockey players.
Friday Four: 4/7/17
We look back at the week that was as Kate Fagan, Ryan Smith and Clinton Yates all join Bob Ley on OTL for this week's edition of the Friday Four. Topics include UNC's National Championship win, Tony Romo leaving the NFL and St. Anthony High School closing its doors.
End Of A Dynasty: 4/6/17
A New Jersey basketball powerhouse, St. Anthony High School of Jersey City, will be closing its doors at the end of the academic year. Also, the fan who confronted James Dolan.
Homecoming : 4/5/17
On today's OTL, Patrick Ewing becomes the Georgetown Hoyas' new head basketball coach and the University of North Dakota fights for a women's ice hockey team. Plus, Ernie Johnson discusses his new book.
It's Time: 4/4/17
Tony Romo announced today he is stepping away from the NFL for a career as an NFL broadcaster and Georgetown hires former star player Patrick Ewing as their new head basketball coach.
Baseball's Back: 4/3/17
Today on OTL, UNC fights for a title in the shadow of an NCAA investigation, baseball is back and a former JUCO basketball player charged with manslaughter now faces sexual assault charges.
The Lonely Master : 4/2/17
BYU's Jimmer Fredette was the star of the 2011 NCAA tournament. Now Jimmer Mania€¯ is experiencing a revival in China. There, he's known as Jimo Dashen -- The Lonely Master.
Friday Four: 3/31/17
The Raiders are shipping off to Vegas. The US women's hockey team is back on the ice. And there's panic in Cleveland as the Cavaliers hit a roadblock. A look back at the week with the "Friday Four".
Changing the Law: 3/30/17
OTL discusses the voting on North Carolina's so-called Bathroom Bill. Plus, an appeal over an Arkansas law which allows concealed handguns at colleges and other public venues.
Laws And Orders On The Gridiron: 3/29/17
OTL delves into betting on the NFL now that there's a team in Las Vegas. Plus, NFL players are lobbying Washington, lawyers hijack the NFL concussion settlement and more.
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